An evocative exhibition by Winfred Rembert, an African-American artist who lived in the segregated South, opened in the Mercy Gallery on Feb. 21, and will be on display through Apr. 14.
As a Loomis Chaffee student in dance, theater, music, and visual arts, you will have many opportunities to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills necessary for both your academic and personal success. Loomis' wide-ranging curriculum is taught by instructors who are accomplished artists, musicians, and performers in their own right, as well as committed professional educators. The Hubbard Music Center, the Norris Ely Orchard Theater, and the Richmond Art Center feature purpose-built performance and exhibition spaces that will enhance your learning experience, and provide enjoyment for the entire community.
Audiences were tunefully transported to Jazz Age New York City in five sold-out performances of Thoroughly Modern Millie in the NEO Feb. 15 - 18, 2017.
A Chamber Music Recital was presented on Thursday, February 23, 2017, in the Hubbard Performance Hall.
An exhibition of artwork on leather by Winfred Rembert will be presented in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery from February 21 through April 14.
The hit Broadway musical Thoroughly Modern Millie opens in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater on Wednesday, February 15, and runs through Saturday, February 18, 2017.
Dance artist and choreographer Colleen Fitzgerald visited in January, and worked with Loomis Chaffee dance students on contemporary techniques and improvisational choreography.
Visiting Artists Frank and Francine Ozereko met with Loomis Chaffee art students to discuss the collection of work on exhibit in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery in the Richmond Art Center.
The UMass Linden Quartet presented a chamber music recital on Tuesday, February 7, in the Hubbard Performance Hall.